|Hello out there!
For those of you who do not know or who are new to the club, we have a wonderful publication, "Fan Collector."
It's a wonderful place to reveal eye-popping restorations, new acquisitions, and that diamond in the rough you found in a weathered, oak plank barn in an aging cornfield who hasn't seen a harvest since Babe Ruth swung a bat.
But that's not all.
You have the chance to explore nearly any area of the fan-collecting hobby you find enticing from identifying your favorite fan to where and when you found your jewel, how you got it up and running, whether you kept it in original condition or if you restored it … And there's an issue around the corner ready to let you do it.
We have upcoming issues of Fan Collector that want to hear your stories. So if you've ever wondered about your stories published or desired to see your name in print -- Here's your chance and it's easy!
Fan Collector needs fresh content to fill it's pages. It can be something as simple as naming your favorite fan and adding a couple of photos that would show everyone what it is.
You see … Pat Daggs, the Fan Collector editor, needs our help. We owe it to her to show what we can do.
Submit your stories to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last edited on Mon Jun 29th, 2020 09:46 pm by Jeff Whitfield